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Lance Stephenson Doesn't Regret Passing On Pacers' $44M Offer
With Jrue Holiday on leave to be with his wife during her health issues, Lance Stephenson gives the Pelicans another ball handler.
Andrew Andrews, Rasheed Sulaimon Sign Camp Deals With Hornets
Andrew Andrews averaged career highs of 20.9 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.9 assists in 33.8 minutes per game in his senior season.
Perry Ellis Signs Camp Deal With Hornets
Perry Ellis underwent surgery for a sports hernia this week but is expected to be back in time for the start of camp.
Rasheed Sulaimon Agrees To Camp Deal Hornets
Rasheed Sulaimon will play in the D-League.
Mike Tobey Signs Camp Deal With Hornets
In Summer League, Mike Tobey averaged 10.0 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.6 blocks and 1.0 steals in 20.8 minutes per game.
Michael Jordan Releases Statement On Shootings Of African-Americans, Police
Michael Jordan has announced grants of $1 million each to two organizations working to build trust between law enforcement and the communities in which they work.
NBA Close To Moving 2017 All-Star Game From Charlotte
The Charlotte Observer expected the All-Star Game to inject $100 million into the economy.
Jeremy Lin Compares Signing With Nets To Investing In Startup
Jeremy Lin was raised in Palo Alto, which is located in the center of Silicon Valley.
Christian Wood, Hornets Agree Upon Two-Year Deal
Christian Wood played well for the 76ers in Summer League.
Brian Roberts, Hornets Agree To Deal For Vet's Minimum
Brian Roberts will be Charlotte's third point guard behind Kemba Walker and Ramon Sessions.

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2016 NBA Offseason Review: Southeast Division

by Keith P Smith

While the Wizards and Hornets largely are bringing back the same teams, the Magic, Hawks and Heat enter 16-17 with meaningful changes to their roster.

Thirty Futures: Charlotte Hornets

by Colin McGowan

The Hornets certainly need Kemba Walker in order to win games, they also need him from an aesthetic perspective to enliven what would otherwise be a middling squad grimly managing its own deficiencies.

Is Steve Clifford The Most Undervalued Asset In The NBA?

by Jonny Auping

We often debate about how much the NBA's greatest coaches owe their success to the superstars they've tied themselves to. We'll never know how to precisely dole out credit. But Steve Clifford is quietly approaching a value that suggests he's simply waiting for his superstar.

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